Through the storm, ‘Lydia’ classes are suspended in three states of the Mexican Republic: Nayarit, Baja California Sur, and Guerrero, including the port of Acapulco. The storm is expected to make landfall between Monday and Tuesday.
Due to the typhoon, Nayarit suspended classes
The authorities of the Ministry of Public Education (SEP) announced the suspension of classes for more than 2,500 public schools in 20 municipalities serving 240,000 students at the basic level due to the heavy rain recorded in the tropical storm ‘Lydia’. It threatens to make landfall in the next few hours between Monday and Tuesday.
The State Fire and Civil Protection Unit reported that shelters were activated in the northern towns of Santiago Ixcuintla, San Blas, Tecuala, Acaponeta, Huajicori, Rosamorada, Tuxpan, and Ruiz, in addition to the south of the entity of Compostela, Bahía de Banderas, and the municipality of Tepic in case of any contingency.
According to the State Weather Service, ‘Lydia’ may make landfall between Tuesday night and Wednesday in the north of the state between the towns of San Blas, Santiago Ixcuintla, and Tecuala, so extreme preventive measures are taken.
The State Public Security Secretariat conducts surveillance operations in coordination with the National Guard and the Mexican Army.
State authorities have called on the population living along the borders of rivers, streams, and dams to take preventive measures in case of any situation that may arise.
The suspension of classes will begin on Monday, October 9, until further notice as the tropical storm continues.
Some towns in Baja California Sur will not have classes tomorrow
In an extraordinary session, the municipal councils of Los Cabos and La Paz decided to cancel classes for tomorrow due to the proximity of the typhoon ‘Lydia’.
The government secretary, Homer Castro Davis, reported the suspension of classes for the morning and afternoon shifts.
The municipal Civil Protection Committees unanimously decided to cancel class on Monday, October 9, with the goal of protecting the safety of students, teachers, and administrative staff.
Castro Davis, He mentioned that heavy rain forecasts continue to be punctual and severe, so citizens are encouraged to follow the recommendations of the authorities on the matter.
The meteorological event caused heavy rain and rushing streams, so the “safe crossing” protocol was activated.
Classes were also suspended in Guerrero. They closed the port of Acapulco
The Secretary of Education of Guerrero (SEG) announced the suspension of classes at all levels of education in the eight regions that make up the entity as a result of Tropical Depression 16-E, which formed in the Pacific Ocean.
Confirmed by Governor Evelyn Salgado Pineda is the suspension of classes in Guerrero due to heavy rains predicted in different regions of the entity.
If you have to The measure will be implemented at all levels of education, public and private, starting Monday, October 9, aimed at prioritizing the safety of teachers and all students.
For its part in Acapulco, the regional port captain reported that this Sunday the port is temporarily closed to sea navigation. small ships through a place of strength due to Tropical Depression 16-E.
In Costa Grande, they deployed military personnel, municipal police, and civil protection to monitor the yellow alert area due to the flooding of the Atoyac de Álvarez and San Jerónimo rivers.